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Re-Starting the Housing Market

As more than 450,000 buyers and renters have been unable to progress their plans to move since March, the first steps have now been taken to re-boot the housing market with the re-opening of estate agents.

This update now allows viewings to be undertaken inline with social distancing measures, and allows businesses such as removal companies and the other essential parts of the sales and letting process to return to work.

If you are thinking of moving, get in touch for a FREE, no obligation appraisal today.

Our low running costs mean low sales fees yet with a personal high standard of service.

Other points to note in this update are that changes are made;

  • allowing builders to agree more flexible construction site working hours with their local council, such as staggering builders’ arrival times, easing pressure on public transport

  • enabling local councils and developers to publicise planning applications through social media instead of having to rely on posters and leaflets, helping to unblock the service

  • offering support for smaller developers by allowing them to defer payments to local councils, helping those struggling with their cash flow while ensuring communities still receive funding towards local infrastructure in the longer term

Click the link below for further information.

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